BROOKLYN - Brooklyn rents are higher than ever, and the price gap with Manhattan has narrowed to a near-record low.

According to a new report by Douglas Elliman Real Estate Company, the price gap between Brooklyn and Manhattan's median rent is just $300.

The report, which tracks neighborhoods like Greenpoint, Williamsburg and Clinton Hill, says the average rent was more than $3,000.

Experts predict that as the borough’s population continues to rise, so will the rent.